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Orange County Register Apr 19, 2016
Final trip to Atlanta's Turner Field a bigger deal for Dodgers' Charlie Culberson than Chase Utley

Final trip to Atlanta's Turner Field a bigger deal for Dodgers' Charlie Culberson than Chase Utley

ATLANTA – Only two players in baseball history have played more games at Turner Field as an opponent than Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley. The circumstances line up well: Turner Field entered the league in 1997; Utley entered in 2003 and spent...
Orange County Register Apr 18, 2016
Dodgers have reasons to believe a 'more mature' Yasiel Puig has turned a corner

Dodgers have reasons to believe a 'more mature' Yasiel Puig has turned a corner

LOS ANGELES – Chase Utley isn’t the first to try. But maybe he is the first to find fertile ground for his efforts. During the Dodgers’ preseason Freeway Series in Anaheim, Utley approached Yasiel Puig and offered some advice. As Puig tells it,...

Former Brewers great Jim Gantner no fan of Chase Utley Rule

Former second baseman Jim Gantner, who had his left knee wrecked not once but twice on take-out slides, had a one-word reaction to the new sliding rule that helped Milwaukee beat Houston: “Terrible.”
Express-Times Apr 15, 2016
IronPigs' Darnell Sweeney wants fans to remember trade return for Chase Utley

IronPigs' Darnell Sweeney wants fans to remember trade return for Chase Utley

The infielder/outfielder made his name in the Dodgers organization with good speed and is looking to do the same with the Phillies.
Dodgers love Chase Utley's old-school approach

Dodgers love Chase Utley's old-school approach

SAN DIEGO – One of the more curious decisions made in the two-year reign of Andrew Friedman as Dodgers president of baseball operations was the re-signing of Chase Utley last winter. Despite their stated goal to get younger – and, by extension,...
New York Post Apr 5, 2016

Chase Utley still loves dangerous slides

Chase Utley hasn’t changed his hard-nosed approach on the base paths. The Dodgers second baseman was involved in another controversial slide on Monday, when he used a cross-body approach to barrel into the plate against the Padres. Utley, who had been hit by a pitch and was rounding the bases on Justin Turner’s double, was...
Gaslamp Ball Apr 5, 2016

Chase Utley is human garbage

The Dodger is more interested in hurting people than playing the right way. So, you might remember that last year, during the playoffs, Chase Utley went on national television and broke Ruben Tejada's leg because he really wanted to be safe at second. A month prior, he tried to do the same thing to Jedd Gyorko. Now, Major League Baseball isn't a big fan of huge stars getting brutally injured, especially when it could easily be prevented. So they suspended Utley (though he won the appeal). And then, like they did with the Posey Rule two years ago, MLB changed the rules to make the game...
Gaslamp Ball Apr 5, 2016

Dodgers 15, Padres 0: Let's try to forget this ever happened

That was very, very, very, very bad baseball. There is absolutely no sugarcoating this. That wasn't just a bad Opening Day. It was the worst Opening Day ever. It's in contention for worst Padres game of all time. Tyson Ross, the gem of the pitching staff, started rough and utterly imploded in the sixth inning. 2011 SB Nation Cy Young Award Co-Winner Clayton Kershaw was nearly untouchable, giving up just a single and a walk in seven innings. There were a handful of highlights in the manure pile of this game, and for our own sanity we're going to note those. When Justin Turner hit a double...
Sons of Steve Garvey Apr 4, 2016

Post-Game 1 Thread: 15-Love

Not sure exactly what this is. I am decently interested, however. DODGERS 15, PADRES 0 With the news that another NL West team posted a 12-3 Opening Day victory earlier in the day, Clayton Kershaw went out there and simply dominated the Padres, one-hitting them over seven innings to lead the Dodgers to a 15-0 victory in San Diego. Chase Utley is old and should not be batting leadoff (injuries have rocked the Dodgers before the season even began), and Utley had both himself and his walker thrown out at the plate early (trying to score from first on a Justin Turner double to left)--but...
Baseball 2016: Dodgers GM Zaidi trying to balance future goals with winning right now

Baseball 2016: Dodgers GM Zaidi trying to balance future goals with winning right now

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Somewhere between the 2013 Philadelphia Phillies and the 2014 Boston Red Sox lie the 2016 Dodgers. The 2013 Phillies had six players 34 years old or older – veterans such as Jimmy Rollins, Chase Utley, Roy Halladay and Michael...

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